Bonnie Glaister

PhD Candidate – Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University
p. (03) 9905 6202

Bonnie joined Monash University in Febuary 2010. Prior to beginning her current research she completed a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering at Monash University.
Bonnie’s work as an environmental engineering consultant included design and implementation of environmental management systems and project specific environmental management plans, risk assessment and environmental auditing. Outside of work and research she has an active interest in community environmental issues, wildlife rescue and rehabilitation and environmental policy.
It is a strong belief that our communities have the knowledge, opportunity and responsibility to create cities which respect and enhance the natural environment together with the wellbeing of its people, that has attracted Bonnie to the research and vision of the Centre for Water Sensitive Cities.

Bonnie’s PhD (Optimisation of Phosphorus Removal in Stormwater Biofiltration Systems) is linked to the Vegetated Filtration Systems/Biofilters theme, within the WSUD Technologies Program.